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This Week’s To Do List

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*BURNAWAY STAFF PICKS

Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts remembers Mildred Thompson with the opening of their exhibit, The Atlanta Years, 1986 – 2003. (Image: Music of the Spheres: Jupiter, 1996, Mildred Thompson)

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

Atlanta, GA

*Art Magazine Reading Group: BOMB

Burnaway (928 Ponce de Leon Ave) / 6:30 – 8:30 pm


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

Atlanta, GA

Lecture: Débora Mesa of Ensamble Studio ($15)

Museum of Design Atlanta at Rich Theater, Woodruff Arts Center Campus / 7 – 8:30 pm


*Opening: Mildred Thompson: The Atlanta Years, 1986 – 2003

Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts / 6:30 – 8 pm


Birmingham, AL

*Talk: Dread Scott

UAB Abroms – Engel Institute for the Visual Arts / 6 pm


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Atlanta, GA

First Day: APG > ATL: Airport 2019

main atrium of Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport / 8 am – 11 pm


Athens, GA

Screening: Paper Moon

The Georgia Museum of Art / 7 – 9 pm


Nashville, TN

Opening: Studio Art Sessions

Space 204 Gallery at Vanderbilt University / 4 – 6 pm


Reston, VA

Opening and Talk: Maremi Andreozzi: Hidden Histories

The Greater Reston Arts Center at Signature / 6 – 8 pm


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Atlanta, GA

*Opening: Myra Greene: Interval

MOCA GA / 7 – 9 pm


Opening: Lucy Cookson: Liquid Language

Fay Gold Gallery / 6 – 8 pm


Opening: Choice, Chance and Circumstance

Spalding Nix Fine Art / 6 – 8 pm


Chapel Hill, NC

Opening: Leigh Suggs: No One Ever Makes a Promise in a Dream

Opening: Another Potato Chip Weekend

Oneoneone gallery / 6 – 8 pm


Lexington, KY

*Opening: Bethany Collins: Benediction

Opening: Joan Snyder, Judy Ledgerwood, Crystal Gregory: Interwoven

Opening: Laura Letinsky: Recent Works

UK Art Museum / 7 – 8:30 pm


New Orleans, LA

First Day: Tina Freeman: Lamentations

New Orleans Museum of Art / 10 am – 6 pm


SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14

Atlanta, GA

Opening: Vanishing Point

LOG at Camayuhs / 6 – 9 pm


Opening: Fran O’Neill: Changing Tides

Hathaway Gallery / 4 – 6 pm


Baton Rouge, LA

Bilingual Reading: Caps for Sale / Se Venden Gorras

3rd floor, Shaw Center for the Arts at LSU Museum of Art / 10:30 – 11:30 am


Nashville, TN

*Opening: Marlos E’van: Slightly Dangerous

Red Arrow Gallery / 6 pm


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Asheville, NC

Roots + Wings: 10th Year Anniversary Celebration

Roots and Wings Creative Campus / 2 – 5 pm


Atlanta, GA

First Day: Henri Dauman: Looking Up, Iconic Photography that Defined the 20th Century

The Breman Museum / 10 am – 5 pm


Opening: Crafting For Life

Opening: John Wilson: The Sense of Something Universal

Opening: Guy Gabon: Soleil de la Conscience/Sun of Consciousness

Clark AtlantaUniversity Art Museum / 3 – 5 pm


Athens, GA

*Opening: Katya Tepper

Howard’s Art Gallery / 6 – 8 pm


ONGOING

GEORGIA

Atlanta

*Strange Light: The Photography of Clarence John Laughlin / through November 10

*Of Origins and Belonging: Drawn from Atlanta / through September 29

High Museum of Art


*Michelle Laxalt: Husk

MINT / through October 5


*Sonya Yong James: Loud Magic

Mitchell Biggio: Ramps and Planes

Whitespace / through October 19


*Recent Drawings, featuring Krista Clark, William Downs, Yanique Norman, and Rocío Rodríguez

Sandler Hudson / through September 14


On the Verge

Atlanta Photography Group / through October 5


Shanequa Gay: Love Letter To The West End

Hammonds House / through October 13


*Emma McMillan: Project X

Bryan Graf: Landlines

Coco Hunday Presents

*Wihro Kim: Living Room

Bailey Scieszka: Secret Honor

Atlanta Contemporary / through December 22


Raymond Goins: Infallible Beauty

Poem 88 / through October 19


Cut and Paste: Works on Paper

Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking, Georgia Tech / through November 14


Athens

Fountain: Melissa Brown and Jaime Bull

Brittainy Lauback: Liberty

Adam Sipe: Ring Wren & Turtle

Dodd Galleries, University of Georgia


Augusta

Hannah Ehrlich: The Stillness You See

Westobou Gallery / through October 18


Cartersville

Warhol in the West

The Booth Museum / through December 31


Kennesaw, GA

Fruitful Labors

Painting Who?

Mortin Galleries at the Zuckerman Museum of Art / through November 10


Savannah

*Suzanne Jackson: Five Decades

Telfair Museum / through October 13

*Entanglements

Laney Contemporary / through October 26


Rabun Gap

*Minding the Gap, featuring Amanda Greene and Forest McMullin

The Weave Shed Gallery at the Hambidge Gallery / through September 21


Demorest

Monologue: Five Contemporary Printmakers

Mason-Sharfenstein Museum of Art, Piedmont College / through September 26


ALABAMA

Birmingham

*Quentin Morris / through October 12

Mary Frances Whitfield, Why? / through November 23

*Christina A. West: Unscene / through December 14

UAB Abroms – Engel Institute for the Visual Arts


We Dare Defend Our Rights: The Gun Show

Space One Eleven / through December 31


Tuscaloosa

*Purvis Young: Born in Liberty City

Paul R. Jones Museum, University of Alabama / through October 25


ARKANSAS

Bentonville, AR

*A Walk in the Woods

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / through March 10, 2020


KENTUCKY

Lexington

* Sarah Zapata

Institute 193 / through September 20


Louisville

Mental Misconceptions: The Art of Self Care

Hite Art Institute, University of Louisville / through August 30


LOUISIANA

Baton Rouge

*Semblance : The Public / Private / Shared Self, featuring Jonathan Lyndon Chase, Heidi Hahn, and Doron Langberg

LSU Museum of Art / through October 6


New Orleans

MILAGROS: Catch Basin!

Canal Place / through September 14


*The American Dream Denied: The New Orleans Residents of Gordon Plaza Seek Relocation

*LaToya Ruby Frazier: Flint is Family

Newcomb Art Museum, Tulane University / through December 14


Mentors

Carroll Gallery, Tulane University / through September 25


NORTH CAROLINA

Durham

*Experiments from a Black Queer Feminist Future

Juanita Kreps Gallery, Center for Documentary Studies / through October 19


Raleigh

*Feels Warm, Like Things Burning, featuring Natalie Escobar, Alex C. Kerr, Saige Rowe, and Hannah Tarr

LUMP / through October 26


SOUTH CAROLINA

Charleston

*Katrina Andry: Over There and Here Is Me and Me

Colin Quashie: Linked

Halsey Institute Galleries at the College of Charleston / through December 7


TENNESSEE

Nashville

Rayon City

Julia Martin Gallery / through September 28


*Ashley Doggett: Kept Inside: His Vices

David Lusk Gallery / through September 28


ILSSA – Impractical Labor in Service of the Speculative Arts

Unrequited Leisure / through September 27


Memphis

Hamlett Dobbins: Let It Last

David Lusk Gallery / through October 12


Terri Phillips: Self to Stone

TOPS Gallery / through October 14


FLORDIA

Tampa

Robert Rauschenberg: America Mix-16

Tampa Museum of Art / through January 5, 2020

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